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Queen Anne (Prince George's, Maryland)

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  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
    WEATHER The National Weather Service is calling for Monday to be partly sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 87. There is a 60 percent chance of precipitation. Monday night is expected to start cloudy and then gradually become clear, with a...
  • Stuart Halstead Dobson, engineering executive

    Stuart Halstead Dobson, engineering executive
    Stuart Halstead Dobson, a retired Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. executive and civil engineer, died Nov. 20 of a massive stroke at Hospice of Queen Anne's in Centreville. The Stevensville resident was 76. The son of a Bethlehem Steel Corp. mechanical...
  • Man accused of reneging on Ravens appearances on Queen Anne's most-wanted list

    An Annapolis man accused of charging dozens of schools across the state to deliver Ravens players for assemblies then reneging without refunding the money has been placed on the most-wanted list in Queen Anne's County, where he has been charged with three...
  • Man died in fire he set to home in Queen Anne's Co.

    A man who died in a Stevensville subdivision house fire on Dec. 2 purposefully set the fire, police said Friday. A man who died in a Stevensville subdivision house fire on Dec. 2 purposefully set the fire, police said Friday. Police had been...
  • Man sought in connection with Ravens scam is caught in Aberdeen

    Aberdeen city police caught a fugitive Tuesday evening who they say is wanted in connection with several alleged bogus programs that promised to bring Baltimore Ravens players to schools around the region but never delivered. Attempts to stage similar...
  • Man arrested who promised Ravens to schools

    The man accused of taking money from Maryland schools in order to produce Ravens players for assemblies – and then not following through but keeping the funds – was arrested Tuesday in Aberdeen, police said. Joseph Gill, of Annapolis, was...
  • Roundup of MSA results

    Anne Arundel Anne Arundel County students in every elementary grade posted marks of at least 90 percent in math and reading on the Maryland School Assessments, according to results released Tuesday. School officials lauded the districts' gains in...
  • Bill would exempt college textbooks from Maryland sales tax

    ANNAPOLIS — A bill being sponsored by eight Republicans in the House of Delegates to exempt college textbooks from the sales tax had its first hearing this past week in Annapolis. House Bill 38 calls for no sales tax on textbooks purchased in...
  • Driver struck hunter, then gets hit by vehicle in double pedestrian fatality

    A Millington woman struck a Chestertown man while driving early Saturday on Route 544 in Queen Anne's County, and then was hit by another vehicle while calling 911, Maryland State Police said. Both were killed in the accidents. The deceased were...
  • Maryland schools test evaluating teachers on student performance

    Maryland schools are moving closer to overhauling the way that they evaluate teachers, putting more emphasis on student performance and test scores. The new evaluation system is currently being tested in Baltimore City and six counties, and will be...
  • Romney names new Md. endorsements

    Romney names new Md. endorsements
    (Dec. 20) GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney released 37 new Maryland endorsements on Tuesday, including Anne Arundel County state Sen. Bryan W. Simonaire and Baltimore County Del. William J. Frank. Recent polls show Romney running even or slightly...
  • Chief counsel McDonald appointed to Md. high court

    Gov. Martin O'Malley filled 10 of the open judicial seats in Maryland Thursday, selecting Robert N. McDonald, the chief counsel for opinions and advice in the attorney general's office, for the state's highest court. McDonald, a former federal prosecutor...